Decatur is known as the River City located along Tennessee River near Wheeler Lake.
Decatur is home to more than 55,000 people and is currently the busiest river port on all of the Tennessee River leading to around 20 Fortune 500 companies to open their manufacturing plants here.
So why not explore the city with a charter bus in Decatur?
Decatur has a lot of attractions that could fill up your weekend. Renting a charter bus in Decatur can help your see more of this city without the hassles of driving around or waiting for public transportation. What to do and where to go here? How about:
The Carnegie Visual Arts Center is the city's premiere art museum and one that promotes the visual arts, with art exhibits featuring international and local artists. There's also the Princess Theater Center for the Performing Arts where you could catch Broadway musicals to other cultural events.
If you prefer live music on a more intimate setting, there's the Paul Stroud Concerts by the River and a host of music festivals held in the city.
Decatur has some great dining options including Big Bob Gibson, Bar-B-Q, McGhee's, Curry's on Johnson Street and Morgan Price Candy Company. Get a taste of Decatur's top-notch barbecue and chocolates!
Of course, the city also has some of the best specialty shops along with national retailers, making sure that your inner shopaholic is happy.
As with the rest of Alabama, Decatur has its own world-class golf course: the Point Mallard Golf Course, which has a 72.2 USGA rating and offers the best facilities for all golfers.
Plus, there are simply a lot of first class facilities in Decatur where you can play or just watch popular events and tournaments. There's the Jack Allen Complex with 27 acres of sports fields, too! Then you have nine other venues with 30 playing fields so you could easily have a baseball or softball tournament. Or you can visit the Jimmy Johns Tennis Center with 22 courts for you to enjoy.
Be sure to get a bus charter in Decatur if you want to take the whole gang to a game with you.
Decatur has the self-guided Civil War Walking Tour where you could visit some of the area's civil war sites.
You could also visit the Parham's Civil War Relics and Memorabilia where you could find a lot of relics and items from the civil war.
Decatur has 17 playgrounds and close to 30 developed parks You can take your pick from exercising at Wilson Morgan's Track to having a quiet picnic at Rhode's Ferry. Delano Park also has a splash pad and a rose garden for you to enjoy. Then there's the new Playground for All Children where your kids can safely play!
For a one-stop park for all the outdoor activities you want, there's Point Mallard Park Complex, which combines aquatic facilities, a golf course, skating rink and camp grounds.
Boating, camping, fishing, nature trails, and birding are ust some of the things you can do outdoors here in Decatur!
And do not forget to go to Wheeler Wildlife Refuge for a round of bird watching and quiet walks, as well as a great place for animal sightings! After your visit, you could just rest on a charter bus in Decatur while your professional driver takes you to the next place on your itinerary!